Wedding photography based between Scotland and the Otherworld - for the dreamers and wild folk bound by oath and kin.
I'd like to tell your story
My approach to storytelling is rooted in a pull towards the poetic and soft moments as well as the wild and magical ones.
From the initial enquiry to the wedding day, I want to find out what makes your heart full so that I can capture that same sparkly feeling throughout the day itself.
The way that I see the world and make photographs has definitely been shaped by my background in fine art and maintaining my own personal projects. I'd love to tell your story in an emotive, poetic and documentary style, so that you can have a really honest and beautiful bundle of memories to smile over.
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Love in the Time of COVID-19
Whether you are a couple looking to book a last-minute micro-session this year, or would like to book for a full-day of coverage next year, I still have availability for 2020/2021 and have various packages at a reduced, COVID-friendly rate.
All images will be provided to you on a USB, though I have a range of add-ons including pre-wedding shoots, bespoke albums and fine art prints.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
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A little bit about me
After graduating in Contemporary Art Practice in 2018, I was a darkroom technician assistant and Graduate in Residence at Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen before undertaking a Curatorial Fellowship at Peacock Visual Arts. I am a freelance fine art, portrait and documentary photographer and filmmaker, and if you'd like to see more of my work - click here!
Things that make me dream:
The haar, wild swimming, pre-raphaelites, the gloaming hours, medieval history and folklore, A24 films, folk horror, wood-smoke, speculative fiction, the sea at night
Photographers and filmmakers that I admire:
Andrea Arnold, Cian Oba-Smith, Emmet Gowin, William Eggleston, Lynne Ramsay, Alec Soth, Julia Margaret Cameron, Laura Pannack, Joel Meyerowitz